Release Notes for Version 13.2.1 (March 5th, 2013)
- Release 13.2.1 contains the same release of MOOS from Oxford as Release 13.2.
- BHV_Waypoint - added the wptflag parameter to support user-configured posting of flags upon arriving at each waypoint. This allows easy configuration of a mission where the the vehicle stops and station-keeps at each waypoint for a sensor measurement. The wptflag parameter may also embed the location of the waypoint, for example "wptflag = NEW_POINT=X,Y"
- Fixed a bug where even proper IVP_BEHAVIOR_DIR parameter settings were being flagged with a configuration warning.
- Fixed a bug where proper history_var specifications where still being reported as a configuration warning.
- Fixed a typo in the --help output: --serverport, --serverhost are the correct parameters. Output *had* shown that the parameters were server_host and server_port.
- Fixed colormap parameter handling. "colormap" is the correct parameter. It is now reflected properly in the --example output. For convenience though, both colormap and color_map are supported.
- support for tiff_viewable=false to allow users to bring up the viewer without the background image at startup.
- Fixed bug in linear extrapolation calculations of stale contacts
- Changed contact default retirement time to 600 secs (from 3600). This may still be overridden with the contact_max_age parameter.
- CONTACT_RECAP now does NOT include retired contacts.
- Added extrapolation decay, and configuration parameter for overriding default (30,60). Meaning the contact extrapolation will begin to decay from its last known speed after 30 seconds, and decrease linearly to a speed of zero at 60 seconds. This may be overridden with the configuration decay=120,600 for example.
- Changed CONTACTS_RECAP to publish once per 5 seconds by default, overridable with the recap_min_interval config parameter.
- Added type and source back to the XYObject.h definition. Removal was making backward compatibility too hard for some people.
Most Recent Previous Release Notes (13.2)